Selling a 1964 Porsche 356


1964 Porsche 356
1964 Porsche 356

Marking the last and final variation of the widely recognized and highly praised Porsche 356 line of sports-luxury cars, the 1963 Porsche 356 would go down in history as the beginning of the 356 Type C line. While the body shape was still the same as the T6 released in the last years of the 356B, the only main visual difference between the 1964 356 and its predecessor was the hubcaps. Those on the 356C were smaller and flatter than both the Type A and Type B. Designed to cover the four-wheel disk brakes and the new bolt pattern; the changes to the 356C were not the most drastic changes Porsche had ever come up with. Needless to say, enthusiasts and avid sports car lovers continue to turn to the 356C as one of the most sought-after classics today. Available as a Coupe and Cabriolet with the 1600 C and 1600 SC engines, drivers could reach more than 95h. Porsche 356 production would release 14,151 cars in 1964.


1964 Porsche 356 Seller’s Guide

Selling a 1964 Porsche 356, particularly a car that has significance to you and your family, can be quite a challenge. Emotions are tied up in the car, decisions have to be made, and you have to trust that the next owner is going to love and cherish the car the way you did. Furthermore, there are a myriad of steps that need to be taken to not only prepare the car for the sale, but to also prepare you. Before you decide to sell, coming to terms with the reason why you are selling will ensure you don’t look back on the sale in a couple years and regret it. Secondly, be sure to prepare yourself for any questions that may arise by having all available documentation and recent photographs available for buyers. Additionally, it will not be uncommon for buyers to ask for the car to be inspected or to be put up on a lift to check for rust. These are items that you should happily accommodate. These are just a few of the steps that the California classic car dealership professionals take care of every day. They are always looking out for classic cars of any makes, models and conditions and look forward to helping you achieve all your classic car goals. Connect today!



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The 1964 Porsche 356 was an instant icon of the 60’s and continues as such today. Please join the team at to explore the potential value of your car and do not hesitate to contact them at your convenience. They look forward to hearing from you soon.


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